PDC approved Level 2 pole dancing instructor Robyn Roooke wins the advanced section of the Bristol Pole Championships 2011.

360 Pole Dancing competition
360° Pole Dancing, Bristol's leading pole dancing school is proud to announce the success of principle and owner Robyn Rooke at this year's Bristol Pole Championships BPC). In a repeat of last year's result Robyn once again won the Advanced/Professional category beating other top pole dancers from the region.

Held earlier this month at Bristol's Bierkeller and attracting an audience of around 200 the Bristol Pole Championships is an annual competition where pole dancers from the region's pole schools are judged on pole dance routines featuring tricks and holds all performed to music.

Around 30 pole dancers from across the West battled it out at the competing in four categories – Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced/Professional and new to this year 'Performer' (a category open to all levels where entrants are judged on their theme based routine).

 

 

Emily Smith Pole Dancing Students

360° Pole Dancing's success was not limited to the Advanced/Professional category. 360 students Aneta Matuszewska (pictured above right) and Jaime Rangeley (pictured above left) each took third place in the Intermediate category and Performer category respectively.

Commenting on the 360's success Robyn Rooke said; "I'm thrilled to win the Bristol Pole Championships for the second year in a row. This success is all the sweeter as two of my students were also placed in the same competition."


360° Pole Dancing is based in Bedminster, Bristol and teaches fitness based pole dancing to students of all abilities.  Visit 360 Pole Dancing.

Other success was achieved at the BPC by fellow PDC Level 2 instructor Emily Smith from Emily's Pole Fitness in Swindon who won the performer section with her spooky 'Saw' routine. Emily and her students are pictured right.

The competition was judged by Fay Warne, Annie Norris, Sam Remmer and Tamara Diab.

The Pole Dance Community would like to thank Josephine Ford for organising the Bristol Pole Championships Smile